Ollie is a student writer based in Oxford and London. He tackles a variety of topics, from politics and economics to art, culture, and continental philosophy. He was a co-founder of a micro-thinktank, "How The World Recovers", and writes for arts editorial platform Chimera. He also publishes the occasional essay on his personal site "The Oxonian", and acts as President of the BSHR, an academic journal.
Illustrations of portraits of members of the interview team

Meet the Interviews Team

I’m here to ask a range of women in the legal industry, from members of corporate city firms and chambers to women in legal start-ups and academia. Fingers crossed it’s not as bleak a situation as it seems – if so, I’ll just have to reconsider my career in law and become a lentil farmer in my hometown of Moose Jaw, Canada, instead (no joke).

Global Affairs

Rats and recessions: the birth of an inter-crisis industry

Many have lost their jobs during the pandemic. Lockdown restrictions and shrinking businesses have meant that many have had to change careers or turn toward alternative forms of employment to make ends meet. On some high streets, new businesses replace the old, as those plucky enough to invest their severance packages into dreams brave the Read More…

Global Affairs

New strains of COVID: what we know so far

One year after the virus first emerged, new strains of COVID-19 have been detected across the world. Whilst mutations have occurred over the past twelve months, a graph from this study shows that the new version spreading throughout the UK is markedly different. The new strain, known as B.1.1.7, has mutated enough that it only sets Read More…